WILMINGTON, NC (Star News) — Boombalatti’s ice cream shop announced Tuesday the local brand would expand with a downtown location in the Brooklyn Arts District.
Star News reports Brick + Mortar Coffee announced it would close its doors to focus on wholesaling its nitro coffee. Boombalatti’s announced it would move into the space and sell not only ice cream, but also offer some Brick + Mortar products. Boombalatti’s currently sells Brick + Mortar products at its Forum location, 1127 Military Cutoff Road.
Brick + Mortar, 1005 N. Fourth St., will close its doors Dec. 23; Boombalatti’s will open in the location in early 2018.